Little Man Tate release cult favourite ‘Boy In The Anorak’ with opportunity to appear in the video

Boy In The Anorak

Little Man Tate have released ‘Boy In The Anorak’. The tune which is much loved by fans and became a cult favourite track not appearing on any of their albums, instead the tune filled the gap between album releases back in 2007.

The band were no strangers to releasing big tracks before their albums and then the track not featuring on their L.P. Before their debut album many people discovered the band through ‘The Agent’ and ‘What, What You Got?’.

Little Man Tate have also launched a campaign allowing fans the opportunity to feature in the ‘Boy In The Anorak’ official video. The band made the following statement on social media:

Evening lovely people, we’re asking you to star in the video to celebrate the release of Boy In The Anorak tomorrow, across all major streaming services. All we need you to do is email us a 30 second clip (In landscape mode) of you miming along to the song at different parts. We want to see plenty of air guitar and drums as well as singing along plus anything else that will make us laugh. Wear your best LMT merch and make sure everyone gives their permission to be in the clip. Deadline is Monday 2nd Nov, looking forward to seeing what we get!

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Little Man Tate are due to play their homecoming shows at Sheffield Academy on 16th & 17th April after a COVID pushback with the original dates set for Septemeber this year.

Set to be their first live appearances since 2009, these hometown shows will see the original line up of: Jon Windle, Edward ‘Maz’ Marriott, Ben Surtees and Dan Fields, returning to the live stage to begin a new and exciting chapter together.

Speaking about the reunion shows, frontman Jon Windle says:

We’ve had offers over the last few years to do something, but it was never the right time due to other things that were going on in our lives. This time it was perfect, we are all in a really good place and just can’t wait to do it.

Sparking a flurry of speculation in fan circles with a series of cryptic clues on their social media, the Sheffield indie favourites officially broke their 11-year silence to announce a one-off reunion show to an overwhelming response. Adding an extra night to meet the overwhelming demand for tickets, the band will now play to over 1500 fans on Friday 16th April and Saturday 17th April 2021.

An extremely limited amount of Tickets on sale here:

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